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I have realized that if I link or create includes of pages that reside in the same space of my page, if the page is moved or copied all links break. It looks like Confluence is trying to fing these pages in the new space.
Has anyone ever seen this? Any solution?
@Matteo Gubellini _SoftComply_ According to the doc (https://support.atlassian.com/confluence-cloud/docs/insert-the-include-page-macro/), I don't think you can:
- include a page from the space m
- move the included page into another space
without modifying the include macro.
The doc states "If the page or blog post is located in another space, add the space key and a colon in front of the page name. For example,
DOC:My page name. The space key is case sensitive."
Have you already tried to prefix the included page with the new space key?
Concerning the links in Confluence, I tend to systematically use the tiny links (press 'k' on any page to have them). It ensures your link never gets broken.
Hope it helps,
Yes I think it's a limitation of the macro.
I tested it myself and I have the same issue:
- when the included page lives in the same space as the page including the content, the copy 'breaks' the 'include page' macro
- when the included page and the page including the content live in different space, the copy to a different space works.
I think it's worth raising a ticket to Atlassian since the documentation doesn't state this limitation and the behaviour is brittle.
Good luck mate,
@Lucy Minato That's very strange. I've just created a new instance and it behaves the same.